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Marissa Alonzo

Marissa Alonzo is the Regional Marketing Specialist at Accelerate Learning, Inc. In conjunction with Rice University, Accelerate Learning has created the most widely used PreK-12 science curriculum in Texas, STEMscopes — and it's now available nationally. STEMscopes offers a variety of curriculum and professional development solutions that support early learning, NGSS, and customized state-aligned curriculum. For more information on STEMscopes products and Accelerate Learning please visit www.acceleratelearning.com.

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The Great Demand—How Do We Supply our Students with Quality Teachers?

Nearly every state in the United States is reporting a teacher shortage. Various states have taken action to address this shortfall by changing teacher requirements. Utah has loosened teacher qualifications to include candidates with no formal teacher training; Hawaii just called for 1,600 teachers to live and work on the island; and last year, Clark County in Las Vegas, the fifth largest district in the nation, launched a "Call for Heroes" as they scrambled to fill positions. These specific states may have been highlighted in various news articles, but the overarching question that audiences across the United States asked was: why is there such a pressing shortage in the first place?

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